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Cohiba Siglo II

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:MarevaRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.


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Review #69: I still don't really get Cohiba. Yes this attractive cigar is exceptionally well constructed, burns beautifully, has strength and clear grassy, earthy and coffee flavours abound. But these things don't seem to come together and produce a crescendo like a Boli or Partagas can. Every flavour remains in isolation and refuses to work with its compatriots. You're waiting for magic that never materialises. This is the fourth format I've tried and it's always the same. And I'm sure it's not the expectation that the price brings that influences my opinion of this brand. This maybe the best looking tobacco but not the best tasting. It will be a while before I try one again - not that I'd turn one down. This would be a 7 if it didn't cost so much. - Submitted by CastroGTX on August 8, 2007


Review #68: I've smoked this cigar two days ago in a mild summer night here in Italy. Smelling this cigar was wonderful and after having lighted it up the magic continued down to the nub, with perfect combustion, draw and of course taste. It was tasty, creamy, smooth, with grassy flavour combined with hints of fresh beans. It gave me almost 2 hours of pleasure, which continued with the wonderful aftertaste it left in my mouth. A great cigar. I've found my Habanos' brand: for me no great need of other brands at all. I'm just sorry that Cohiba are so expensive, but they really fit me. - Submitted by stefanoserini on July 3, 2007


Review #67: Perfect sigar. the taste is constant and constant is a production of sigar. Is not so strong same Monte4, when I want change flavour and mantein a great quality I choose this cigar. - Submitted by andreadp on June 12, 2007


Review #66: Well, I don't like giving Cohiba's good reviews...(they're always so dang expensive!!) but I've had a handfull of these sitting in my box for about 14 months and I smoked one finally. Wow. Perfect burn, easy draw, not too strong with a medium body. Some cream notes with peppery aftertastes. A good one. - Submitted by eneerg on June 6, 2007


Review #65: Un puro impresionante. Sabor exquisito, con una riqueza de matices en sabores y aromas inigualable.Muy parecido al mejor De los Robustos de Cohiba que haya podido fumar. De precio alto pero un lujo asumible - Submitted by rafa on May 27, 2007


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